Valencia CFTOThe Belgian suffers again with his adaptation as his beginnings with the Standard, Marseille and Chelsea
Possibly Valencia will be the club that has had the least patience with Michy Batshuayi. The striker has not adapted as he should and the urgencies provoke the search for solutions.The Belgian is one that Marcellin no longer expects. In just three months it has not set and the January market will be the one that defines the short term future of the battering ram that will have to look for an exit because the Asturian technician does not have the
"Marcelino does not want it 100%," MARCA explained to an agent who has a direct relationship with current managers and who knows how this issue has been unleashed until today.The 25-year-old attacker is a diesel player apparently throughout his different stages in the teams where he has remained. It has been hard for him to catch the rhythm.Of the five groups in which he has fought, in four of them it has been an ordeal for the attacker. The starts have been complicated … but it has ended up paying off.
TheStandard of Liège, theOlympique de Marseilleand theChelseathey have been teams that have suffered the Batshuayi starts. A player whoIt cost him to warm up in all the groups he was in.
That's a small exception. It was the stage where he played with theBorussia Dortmund. Those six months – from January to June 2018 – were positive, but a mere mirage for precedents that in Valencia have maintained the previous trend.
In Valencia it has happened again. Batshuayi has not curdled. Its beginnings have been complicated.Because the attacker has played 20 of the 24 official matches. Those four who have not played have been discarded. But the balance of the first three months is the finding that it costs to enter into dynamics. And in Valencia it has happened again. Of those 20 he has started in eleven, while in 11 he has gone to the refreshment field. He has scored three goals.
Ythey are very common numbers in the trajectory of Batshuayi. They are traced to their first campaign in the lite in Belgium and has repeated with their starts at Olympique de Marseille and Chelsea. Although it is in Valencia the more he has played in spite of everything, since the beginnings with Standard, Marseille and Chelsea hardly had opportunities and it was difficult to enter the dynamics of team and games.
His environment defends – before the criticism that the player has received almost becoming the grind of pim, pam, pum-that Michy is a player who has always struggled to catch the point of each team in which he has been. The first quarter when it has reached a new team has always had to go through this difficult process of adaptation. And the evidence is evident in his debut campaigns with his other teams.